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Best Practices for Employee Engagement: Don’t Jump to Conclusions!

Employee Engagement Best Practices One of the things we keep seeing in our data is that when workplaces are going through changes, whether it’s the possibility of an impending merger or moving offices, employee engagement results can get rocky. This was the case for Levi, a user from Potash Corp. The company is currently facing upcoming changes […]

Workplace Communication Tools: Top 5 Questions to Ask Your Employees

Communication In the Workplace can be complicated This is why it’s great to have communication tools, like our 5 questions, to help you jump-start your way to improving workplace satisfaction. If you’ve read any of our Celpax articles, you know how we pass on the message from our users to encourage open workplace communication. They keep telling […]

Employee Mood Meter: One company’s experience

The mood meter in action I helped a large nationalised UK company install a series of mood meters. The organisation has 28,000 employees and the part we worked with was concerned with infrastructure planning and building. In a nondescript office block in Victoria, London, 300 people toiled in project teams to help deliver improvements for part […]

Increase Employee Engagement by Communicating the Right Questions

Boost Employee Engagement by Asking the Right Questions How to (best) involve your employees How do you ensure that that excitement means employees want to participate in creating a better workplace? Our users have told us that the best and most effective way to increase employee participation is communication. But what and how you communicate can be […]

Employee Engagement Idea: Easy way to bring back conversations

Bring back conversations in the workplace with this simple employee engagement idea.   Looking for an easy employee engagement idea? We found a quick way to involve staff in the workplace and start creating conversations around happiness and mood- not just between management but also employees themselves. In world of tweets, DMs and texts that […]